"Grey's Anatomy" is one of the few shows on television that continue to create fresh, enduring material that keeps their viewers engaged. Most series fall off within the first several seasons, while other carry their weight for seven or eight entertaining years before biting the dust. "Grey's," however, is heading into its tenth season, and it shows no signs of stopping. Season 10 is shaping up to be one of the best, most dramatic yet, and fans are eager to get their hands on any little detail that will shed some light on what's on the horizon.
Executive producer Shonda Rhimes is careful not to give away too much, however little bits and pieces are slowly making their way down from production into the public's hands. According to Rhimes, there's a lot to explore with Callie and Arizona's issues, hinting that they will at least try and save their marriage in the wake of last season's blowout finale.
On the topic of relationships, writer and producer Tony Phelan claims that there will be "a whole mess of drama" and "questions will be answered-lives and loves drawn together/torn asunder."
Aside from Callie and Arizona's rocky relationship ('rocky' may be an understatement), Owen and Cristina are also having a difficult time. Although they split during the season 9 finale, Rhimes confirms that they are "absolutely" still in love, despite the "definitive" breakup. Their relationship remains on thin ice, but Rhimes "adamantly stand[s] by Cristina's ability and desire to not have a baby and to be happy about that." So it looks like there will be no Owen and Cristina baby in season 10, but that doesn't necessarily mean their relationship is over.
And what about Jo and Alex? Alex finally confessed his love for Jo at the end of season 9 as they embraced for a long awaited kiss, but their future on the show is still up in the air. The interns have yet to be signed on for season 10.
"On that show, everything and anything can happen and I don't trust anything to necessarily last. We weren't all on series regular contracts; we could have been written out at any moment. You never know what's going to happen-if suddenly [his ex-girlfriend] Lucy will come back or I get killed by a tree-you just don't know," said Camilla Luddington, who plays Jo Wilson.
"Grey's Anatomy" will return to ABC this fall.